- 1. I'm sorry! I'm sorry! I'm sorry!
- 2. It's all right. I'm not gonna hurt you.
- 3. What do you want?
- 4. I thought you were...
- 5. What?
- 6. I don't know.
- 7. Help! Help!
- 8. Help! Help!
- 9. Stop!
- 10. - What? What?
- It's okay. Come here.
- 11. It's okay. Calm down.
Everything's gonna be fine.
- 12. What was in there?
- 13. Just gimme a minute
to figure things out.
- 14. - Why were you afraid of that room?
- Gimme a minute I said.
- 15. How many people are in this thing?
- 16. Listen. We can't go
climbing around in here.
- 17. Why not?
- 18. - There are traps.
- What do you mean traps?
- 19. Booby traps. I looked
into a room down there and
- 20. something almost cut my head off.
- 21. Holy cats. Holy, holy cats.
- 22. You alright? Mister?
- 23. Worth!
- 24. Don't worry.
- 25. I hit my head.
- 26. Let me take a look at that.
I'm a doctor. It doesn't look that bad.
- 27. What the hell are you doing?
- 28. Hey, old man,
did you hear what I said?
- 29. Motion detectors. Integrated
into the walls. Tough to spot.
- 30. Oh god, oh god, oh god.
- 31. Wait a second.
Let's all just relax for a minute.
- 32. Does anybody remember
how they got here?
- 33. Perogies.
- 34. I was eating dinner.
- 35. Perogies. Cheese and potatoes.
- 36. I ran out of sour cream and then
I went to the fridge and then...
- 37. I don't know.
- 38. You? Leaven?
- 39. I, I just went to bed and...
- 40. What about you?
- 41. I just woke up here.
- 42. Middle of the night.
- 43. It's like Chile. They always come
in the middle of the night.
- 44. Who?
- 45. Only the goverment could build
something this ugly.
- 46. It ain't government.
- 47. - Then what is it?
- I don't know.
- 48. Aliens.
- 49. Please.
We're spooked enough as it is.
- 50. Let's rule out aliens for now and
concentrate on what we know.
- 51. My mom's gonna freak.
- 52. Rennes?
- 53. - I just won't be there. They'll freak.
- What do you think, Rennes?
- 54. We won't solve jack shit sittin' still.
- 55. I'm moving in a straight line
'till I get to the end.
- 56. All right, I tend to agree.
- 57. - Shouldn't we wait here?
- For what?
- 58. To see if anybody comes.
- 59. No one is gonna come.
- 60. Look. There is a way in here,
so there's gotta be a way out.
- 61. We can avoid
the traps using the boot.
- 62. Holloway is it?
What do you think? Look for an exit?
- 63. Okay.
- 64. What about you?
- 65. - It can't be that simple.
- It won't be that simple.
- 66. Look around.
Take a good long looksee.
- 67. 'Cause I got a feeling
it's looking at us.
- 68. I just want to wake up.
- 69. Leaven. We can do this.
- 70. We just have to stay calm
and work together as a team.
- 71. There's gonna be a lot of people
looking for us on the outside.
- 72. I'm a cop.
- 73. All right?
- 74. - You're a cop?
- 75. I'm gonna get you out of here.
- 76. You gotta be with me on this one.
- 77. Okay.
- 78. Boot it!
- 79. Clean.
- 80. That one sounded closer.
- 81. It's mechanical. It seems
to come at regular intervals.
- 82. Maybe it's the ventilation system.
- 83. - No vents.
- No kidding, I'm boiling.
- 84. What is it?
- 85. Serial numbers?
- 86. Room numbers.
They're different in each room.
- 87. Oh great. There are only 566 millions
400 thousand rooms in this thing.
- 88. Well, there better not be?
- 89. We have about 3 days
without food and water
- 90. before we are too weak to move.
- 91. Well, they have to feed us,
- 92. Holloway.
- 93. Oh, we have heat, stress, physical
exsection, I.e., dehydratation,
- 94. headaches, dizziness, disorientation,
confused mental processes.
- 95. The body eventually begins
to break down its own tissue.
- 96. Suck on it.
- 97. Keeps the saliva flowing.
- 98. - What?
- The air seems dry in there.
- 99. Trapped?
- 100. Molecular chemical sensor.
- 101. Why the hell didn't
the boot set it off?
- 102. The boot's not alive.
- 103. Detects hydrogen sulphide
excreted from the skin.
- 104. How is it you know
so much about sensors, Renz?
- 105. Renn. Not Renz. It's French.
- 106. Fine, you're French.
I'm asking how you...
- 107. Renn. Sensor expert,
- 108. about the right age.
- 109. I don't believe it.
- 110. - This guy is the Wren.
- The what?
- 111. He's the Wren. The Bird of Attica.
Flew the coop on 6 major prisons.
- 112. Seven.
- 113. You're kidding, right?
- 114. You can get us out.
- 115. Maybe.
- 116. An escape artist.
- 117. Yeah, I'm Harry fucking Houdini.
- 118. The only reason I dragged you
this far is 'cause I need your boots.
- 119. If you don't smarten up,
I'll be gone like that.
- 120. No more talking.
- 121. No more guessing.
- 122. Don't even think about nothing
that's not right in front of you.
- 123. That's the real challenge.
- 124. You got to save yourselves
- 125. Merde.
- 126. Get him out!
- 127. Oh my god!
- 128. So, it was electro chemical or
whatever, right? And he missed it.
- 129. The Wren. That's great!
That's fuckin' great!
- 130. All right. It's time
to reassess this place.
- 131. I've been over it again and again.
- 132. Why would they throw
innocent people in here?
- 133. Are we being punished?
- 134. I've never done anything
to deserve this.
- 135. Forget about all that!
- 136. You can't see the big picture
from in here, so don't try.
- 137. Keep your head down.
Keep it simple.
- 138. Just look at what's in front of you.
- 139. That's what he said.
- 140. Start with us.
We got an escape artist and a cop.
- 141. There's gotta be a reason for that.
- 142. You're doctor, Holloway. It gives you
a function, a reason, right?
- 143. No. It's just makes me go why me
- 144. and why not one of the other
10 million doctors out there.
- 145. Leaven, what are you?
- 146. Nothing. I just go to school.
I hang out with my friends.
- 147. - What else?
- There's nothing else.
- 148. My parents are these people.
I live with them. I'm boring.
- 149. I think we have to ask
the big questions.
- 150. What does it want?
- 151. What is it thinking?
- 152. One down, four to go.
- 153. Why don't you tell us
what your purpose is, Worth?
- 154. Often wondered that myself.
- 155. I'm just a guy.
- 156. I work in an office building,
doing office building stuff.
- 157. I wasn't exactly bursting with
"joie de vivre" before I got here.
- 158. Life just sucks in general.
- 159. - I can't stand that attitude.
- Because he's right.
- 160. What's your purpose, Quentin?
- 161. Kids, three of them.
- 162. I haven't made my peace yet.
- 163. I'm getting out of here,
no matter what.
- 164. That's where
my strength comes from.
- 165. You, people,
find yours wherever you got it.
- 166. For Christ's sake, Worth.
What do you live for?
- 167. Don't you have a wife or
a girlfriend, or something?
- 168. No. I've got a pretty fine
collection of pornography.
- 169. Oh, nice, nice.
- 170. I haven't got anybody either, but
I'm not giving up! I am pissed off.
- 171. They came into our homes!
- 172. They stripped us bare.
They took my rings, they took...
- 173. oh, my amethyst.
- 174. I wanna know who's responsible.
- 175. Leaven. Your glasses?
- 176. You don't need them?
- 177. They're for reading.
- 178. Well they took off our jewelry,
but why they put these on you.
- 179. If nothing is random,
- 180. why are they here?
- 181. Leaven. What do you do
in school? Math?
- 182. What can they mean?
- 183. 149.
- 184. Prime numbers. I can't believe
I didn't see it before.
- 185. See what?
- 186. It seems like, if any
of these numbers are prime,
- 187. then the room's trapped.
- 188. 645, 645... That's not prime.
- 189. 372... no.
- 190. 649...
- 191. Well, 11 times 59.
It's not prime either.
- 192. So that room is safe.
- 193. Wait.
- 194. How can you make that assumption
based on one prime number trap?
- 195. I'm not. The incinerator thing
was prime 083.
- 196. The molecular chemical thing had
137. The acid room had 149.
- 197. You remember all that in your head?
- 198. I have a facility for it.
- 199. Leaven, you beautiful brain.
- 200. Boot it.
- 201. Okay, out of the way.
- 202. Brains before beauty.
- 203. Safe, safe.
- 204. Prime numbers! Prime numbers!
- 205. Oh, how long have we been in here?
- 206. Nine or ten hours.
- 207. How do you know?
- 208. Five o'clock shadow. Last thing
I remember was shaving.
- 209. I guess
I missed breakfast or lunch...
- 210. or whatever.
- 211. Don't worry.
I'll be home in time for dinner.
- 212. If we get out, I'll make you dinner.
- 213. You got a date.
- 214. Doin' good.
- 215. I need to smoke.
I'd smoke a butt off a sidewalk.
- 216. Holloway.
Just reel yourself in a bit. Come on.
- 217. We're moving along.
Things are looking up.
- 218. Ok, ok. You are right.
I quit smoking years ago.
- 219. I just need to be occupied.
- 220. Talk then. Have a conversation.
What kind of doctor are you anyway?
- 221. Oh, you know, the free kind.
- 222. Come on. Help me.
Tell me about your rug rats.
- 223. We have three boys. 9, 7 and 5.
- 224. Good God. Poor woman.
There's no way I'd survive that.
- 225. She didn't either.
- 226. She's not dead,
we're just separated.
- 227. I'm sorry.
I can't just shoot the breeze.
- 228. These numbers aren't prime.
- 229. Okay, clear.
- 230. Excuse me, sorry.
- 231. You, could try and
help me out here, buddy.
- 232. No, I couldn't.
- 233. This one's trapped too.
- 234. We have to backtrack?
- 235. Not yet.
- 236. Read them to me.
- 237. - What are you, his coat rack?
- Oh, please!
- 238. It's stuck.
- 239. Look out.
- 240. This room is green.
- 241. Holloway?
- 242. Hi there.
- 243. This room is green.
- 244. Yes, it is.
- 245. I wanna go back to the blue room.
- 246. What is it? Shock or what?
- 247. I think he's mentally handicapped.
- 248. I like the blue room.
- 249. - Jesus Christ.
- He almost broke my neck.
- 250. Hey there, are you all alone?
You want to hold my hand, honey?
- 251. Butter first, then honey, Kazan.
Butter first, then honey...
- 252. - How'd he survive?
- I want to go back to the blue room.
- 253. There's lots of blue rooms.
We'll find you another real soon.
- 254. This is just way too bizarre.
- 255. Well, you just worry
about your numbers then.
- 256. Go on. I'll look after him.
- 257. Safe. Obviously,
since he almost fell on my head.
- 258. Should we go for a walk, Kazan?
- 259. You want to go for a walk?
- 260. Let's not make him do
the climbing thing right away.
- 261. Holloway...
- 262. Hol-lo-way.
- 263. Could they have taken us
all the way to New Mexico?
- 264. What are you
talking about, Holloway?
- 265. I'm talking about where do you
hide something this big.
- 266. At least he's good for something.
- 267. I'm sorry to shake
your foundations, Quentin,
- 268. but you have no idea
where your tax dollars go.
- 269. Free clinic doctors?
- 270. Only the military
industrial complex could afford
- 271. to build something this size.
- 272. Holloway, what is
the military industrial complex?
- 273. Have you ever been there?
- 274. I'm telling you,
it's not that complex.
- 275. How would you know
from where you are?
- 276. Who do you think
the establishment is?
- 277. It's just guys like me.
- 278. Their desks are bigger,
but their jobs are't.
- 279. They don't conspire...
they buy boats.
- 280. No, this place is...
- 281. The bad guy in
"The Man With The Golden Gun".
- 282. It's some rich
- 283. Is that what you think?
- 284. Clear.
- 285. Ok. You are a cop.
- 286. Single bullet theory. Right on.
- 287. - Gas!
- Holloway, get back here!
- 288. It's okay.
I just swallowed my button.
- 289. I hate this. I hate this.
- 290. Your boy is having
a conniption fit in there.
- 291. It's like cramming without coffee.
- 292. - She needs a break.
- She can do it.
- 293. They don't look like prime to me.
- 294. Is that your two bits worth, Worth?
- 295. For what it's worth.
- 296. - Well?
- Well, he's right. Not prime.
- 297. Stop! In front of you!
- 298. What is it?
- 299. Shut up!
- 300. I don't know what happened.
It wasn't prime.
- 301. Quentin, hold still.
- 302. - Somebody stops that racket.
- 303. Leave the boots.
- 304. And shut the fucking door!
- 305. I had a feeling
about that fucking guy.
- 306. He knew about that trap.
- 307. These numbers aren't prime.
- 308. Then your number system failed,
but he knew...
- 309. Knew what? How would he know?
- 310. You are the paranoid one,
think about it.
- 311. His only function so far has been
to kick us when we're down.
- 312. So he has a bad attitude. Are you
saying, that makes him a spy?
- 313. Trust me on this. It's my job
to read people like an X-Ray.
- 314. He doesn't like red rooms.
- 315. So what happened?
- 316. - You saw what happened.
- 317. I guess the numbers are
more complicated that I thought.
- 318. Maybe they mean nothing at all.
- 319. No. It means
they are more involved.
- 320. They've worked for us up 'till now,
- 321. I just need more time with them.
- 322. Well, we need to rest anyway.
- 323. Well. That's handy. 'Cause there's
not a fuck of a lot else we can do.
- 324. Are they telling you anything?
- 325. They're not tarot cards.
- 326. Do you have any idea how many
variables I have to consider
- 327. before I can
decipher numbers this size?
- 328. They don't reveal
themselves right away.
- 329. They're like people.
- 330. Oh, gross.
- 331. Oh, not here honey.
Over in the corner.
- 332. Well, he's just peeing.
- 333. Jesus Christ.
- 334. That's excellent.
Now it totally reeks in here!
- 335. You find this all
pretty funny, don't you?
- 336. What's your
fucking problem, Worth?
- 337. Even Holloway's
holding up better than you.
- 338. Get over there and help her with him.
That's your job. Babysitter.
- 339. Jawohl, Kommandant.
- 340. Somebody has to take
responsability around here.
- 341. And that somebody has to be you.
- 342. Not all of us have
the luxury of playing nihilist.
- 343. Not all of us are
conceited enough to play hero.
- 344. This is a will to live.
- 345. Everybody's got it,
Worth, even you.
- 346. Especially you,
hiding behind that cynical front.
- 347. A will to live.
- 348. That's the warm,
cosy feeling deep inside.
- 349. Thanks Quentin, I'm a new man.
- 350. Oh, poor Worth. Nobody loves me.
- 351. If that's the chip
on your shoulder, why
- 352. did you lug it all this way?
- 353. Why didn't you
just lie down and die?
- 354. Do it.
- 355. Show us you have some backbone
and jump in the sushi machine.
- 356. Be a man.
- 357. Thought so.
- 358. Fuck you Quentin!
- 359. I don't wanna die.
I'm just being realistic.
- 360. Do you think they'd go to all
the trouble to build this thing
- 361. if we could just walk out?
- 362. Do you think
they would have left us clues
- 363. and let us beat it so far
if there wasn't a way out?
- 364. You think we matter? We don't.
- 365. Put us out of your misery so we can
get on with getting out of here.
- 366. You're not getting out of here!
- 367. - Yes, we are!
- No, you're not!
- 368. - Yes, we are!
- There is no way out of here!
- 369. Gotchya.
- 370. How do you know that?
- 371. Answer the question, Worth.
- 372. Oh, god.
- 373. Who are you?
- 374. I'm the poison.
- 375. I designed the outer shell.
- 376. The what?
- 377. The shell. The sarcophagus.
- 378. You built this thing?
- 379. Not this part. The exterior.
- 380. I don't know anything about the
numbers or anything else in here.
- 381. I was contracted to draw
plans for a hollow shell.
- 382. A cube.
- 383. A cube? Why didn't you tell us?
- 384. For God's sake, Worth,
you knew what it was.
- 385. No.
- 386. Worth. You're lying.
- 387. Was not at first.
- 388. Who's behind it?
- 389. I don't know.
- 390. Who hired you?
- 391. I didn't ask.
- 392. I never even left my office.
- 393. I talked on the phone to some
people, other guys like me.
- 394. Specialists,
working on small details.
- 395. Nobody knew what it was.
- 396. Nobody cared.
- 397. Bullshit.
You knew from square one.
- 398. Look at him. He is up
to his eyeballs in this thing.
- 399. No, Quentin.
That's how they stay hidden.
- 400. You keep everyone separated
- 401. so the left hand doesn't know
what the right hand is doing.
- 402. The brain
never comes out in the open.
- 403. Whose brain?
- 404. It's all the same machine, right!
- 405. The Pentagone, multinational
corporations, the police.
- 406. If you do one little job,
you build a widget in Saskatoon,
- 407. and the next thing you know
it's two miles under
- 408. the desert, the essential
component of a death machine.
- 409. I was right.
All along, my whole life,
- 410. I knew it. I told you, Quentin.
- 411. Nobody's every gonna
call me paranoid again.
- 412. We gotta get out of here and
blow the lid of this thing!
- 413. Holloway, you don't get it.
- 414. Then help me,
please, I need to know.
- 415. This may be hard
for you to understand,
- 416. but there's no conspiracy.
- 417. Nobody is in charge.
- 418. It's a headless blunder operating
under the illusion of a master plan.
- 419. Can you grasp that?
- 420. Big brother is not watching you.
- 421. What kind of
fuckin' explanation is that?
- 422. It's the best you are gonna get.
- 423. I looked, and the only conclusion
I could come to is that
- 424. there is nobody up there.
- 425. Somebody had to say
yes to this thing.
- 426. What thing?
Only we know what it is.
- 427. - We have no idea what it is.
- We know more than anybody else.
- 428. I mean, somebody might have
known sometime before they go,
- 429. they got fired, or
voted out, or sold it,
- 430. but if this place
ever had a purpose,
- 431. and it got miscommunicated,
or lost in a shuffle.
- 432. I mean, this is and accident,
- 433. a forgotten perpetual
public works project.
- 434. Do you think anybody
wants to ask questions?
- 435. All they want is
a clear conscience,
- 436. and a fat paycheck.
- 437. I leaned on my shovel
for months on this one.
- 438. This was a great job!
- 439. Why put people in it?
- 440. Because it's here. You have
to use it or you admit it's pointless.
- 441. But it is pointless.
- 442. Quentin. That's my point.
- 443. What have we come to?
- 444. It's so much worse than I thought.
- 445. Not really. Just more pathetic.
- 446. You make me sick, Worth.
- 447. I make me sick too.
- 448. We're both part of the system.
- 449. I drew a box, you walk a beat.
It's like you said, Quentin,
- 450. is keep your head down,
keep it simple,
- 451. just look at what's in front of you.
- 452. I mean, nobody wants to see
the big picture.
- 453. Life's too complicated.
- 454. I mean, let's face it, the reason
we're here is that it's out of control.
- 455. This is how we ruin the world?
- 456. Well, have you been on glue
all your lives?
- 457. I've felt guilty for ruining
the world since I was like 7.
- 458. God, if you need someone
to blame, throw a rock.
- 459. Well, I feel better.
- 460. That's why you stayed with us.
- 461. To confess.
- 462. You still looking
for someone to bust, Quentin?
- 463. Quentin! Stop it! Stop it!
- 464. We need him.
- 465. What for?
- 466. Have you gone absolutely mad?
- 467. He's the only one who knows
anything about the place.
- 468. - Worth.
- 469. - So there's this outer shell.
- 470. - And it's a cube, right? Like this.
- I assume so.
- 471. - Are there any doors?
- There's one door.
- 472. - Where?
- Wherever the door guy put it.
- 473. Six guesses, and
it's sealed from the outside.
- 474. And, what are the dimensions
of the outer shell?
- 475. 434 square feet.
- 476. May I?
- 477. Come on, honey, slide over.
- 478. 14 by 14 by 14.
- 479. The inner cube can't be flush
with the shell wall, there's a space.
- 480. One cube?
- 481. I don't know, it makes sense.
- 482. Ok. The biggest the cube
can be then is...
- 483. 26 rooms high,
26 rooms across, so...
- 484. 17.576 rooms.
- 485. Seventeen thousand, five hundred
and seventy-six rooms?
- 486. That makes me queasy.
- 487. Descartes!
- 488. - Leaven, you are a genius.
- What? What?
- 489. Cartesian coordinates. Of course,
coded cartesian coordinates.
- 490. They're used in geometry to plot
points on a 3-dimensional graph.
- 491. In English, slower.
- 492. Bonjour?
These numbers are markers,
- 493. and grid reference, like latitude
and longitude on a map.
- 494. The numbers tell us where
we are inside the cube.
- 495. Well, where are we?
- 496. It works.
- 497. Okay. All I have to do is add
the numbers together.
- 498. The X coordinate is 19...
- 499. Y is 26 rooms...
- 500. So that places us...
- 501. seven rooms from the edge.
- 502. All right, let's go.
- 503. Just out of curiosity, I mean,
don't hit me again, or anything...
- 504. but what are you gonna do
when you get there?
- 505. Maybe we can get the door open.
- 506. What we need is to do figure out
how to get around the traps.
- 507. I'm dealing with that Holloway.
- 508. I'm looking for
practical solutions here.
- 509. Well, you haven't found any yet.
- 510. We cut the risk with the numbers
and the boot. Worth will go in first.
- 511. No, he won't Quentin!
We take turns!
- 512. Relax.
- 513. Room for two in there?
- 514. What's the matter?
- 515. These coordinates. 14, 27, 14.
- 516. - What about 'em?
- They don't make sense.
- 517. Assuming the cube is
26 rooms across,
- 518. there can't be
a coordinate larger than 26.
- 519. If this were right, then
we would be outside of the cube.
- 520. No, not outside of the cube.
- 521. I guess that means
we're not having dinner.
- 522. Trap. Trap. Trap. Trap.
- 523. Trap!
- 524. Trap!
- 525. Sound activated.
- 526. Lovely.
- 527. How come the sound of the door
opening didn't set it off?
- 528. Must be rigged to ignore it.
- 529. So that's it. The edge is
surrounded by traps.
- 530. Well, I guess we have to backtrack,
and try somewhere else.
- 531. Who knows how many detours
we'll have to take.
- 532. I say we cross the bitch.
- 533. Right!
- 534. How many boots do we have left,
- 535. Get it off him.
- 536. We know how it works.
We just have to be quiet.
- 537. That's pretty fucking quiet.
- 538. I'm glad you're on side,
Worth, 'cause... you're up.
- 539. And he is not coming.
- 540. Of course, he is.
- 541. - No way.
- We are not leaving him behind.
- 542. He's unpredictable.
- 543. When we get to the edge,
we can come back for him.
- 544. But he'll get somebody killed here.
- 545. Am I right?
- 546. Shame on you.
- 547. Will you look at yourselves?
- 548. What have you turned into?
- 549. They may have taken our lives away,
but we are still human beings.
- 550. That's all we've got left.
- 551. We'll come back for him.
- 552. That's a lie and you know it.
- 553. He'll be quiet.
- 554. - What are you doing?
- I'm gonna wait for him.
- 555. - No.
- You go out, I'm here.
- 556. Okay.
- 557. This way.
- 558. - You fucking fuck!
- That's enough!
- 559. - He is a trap!
- Let him go right now!
- 560. The law of the jungle!
He is endangering the pack!
- 561. Let him go, you Nazi!
- 562. What did you call me?
- 563. Quentin, you let
that innocent boy go.
- 564. You listen to me, woman.
- 565. Everyday I mop up
after your bleeding heart.
- 566. The only reason you
even exist is because I keep you.
- 567. I know your type,
- 568. no kids, no man to fuck you.
- 569. So you go around outraged,
- 570. sticking your nose up
other people's assholes,
- 571. sniffing their business!
- 572. You missed your boat, Holloway.
- 573. You're all dried up
inside there, aren't you?
- 574. That's your fucking problem.
- 575. How dare you say that to her?
- 576. You don't know her, Quentin.
None of us know each other here.
- 577. - Oh, I do.
- No you don't.
- 578. No wonder your wife left you.
- 579. All that bottled up anger.
- 580. And a thing for young girls.
- 581. God help you, Quentin.
- 582. Did you smack
your kids around too?
- 583. Is anybody besides me interested in
what's on the other side of that door?
- 584. Open it.
- 585. Door number six? Not number one?
Door number two?
- 586. Open the fuckin' thing.
- 587. Oh, sunshine.
- 588. Night time.
- 589. My old friend, the shell.
- 590. It's there. Morning!
- 591. Hang on to me.
- 592. I can't see shit.
- 593. Nothin' to hang on to.
- 594. We gotta try something.
- 595. We gotta see
if the door's over there.
- 596. Someone has to swing
over there, and take a look.
- 597. Swing?
- 598. We make a rope,
out of clothes.
- 599. Take 'em off.
I'll tie it around myself.
- 600. Ah, yeah, and you're gonna go.
- 601. You weight like 500 ponds,
it'll snap in two seconds.
- 602. I'm the lightest.
- 603. Forget it.
- 604. I'll go.
- 605. I'm going, Holloway.
- 606. She's right Quentin,
you're too heavy.
- 607. I'm the lightest after Leaven.
- 608. Anyway, it's my turn.
- 609. How long did you know
people were being put in here?
- 610. A couple of months.
- 611. That's not long,
- 612. if you consider your whole life.
- 613. I am.
- 614. You opened my eyes Worht.
- 615. David.
- 616. Helen.
- 617. You're such a Helen.
- 618. That's as far as you go.
- 619. There's nothing down here.
- 620. Hold tight.
- 621. I try swinging over there.
- 622. Brace yourselves,
I'm gonna try again.
- 623. - Okay, one more time.
- Hurry, you're getting heavy.
- 624. What the hell's going on?
- 625. Get up here now!
- 626. - Quentin!
- Have you got her?
- 627. - What's going on?
- Quentin, is she okay?
- 628. She... slipped.
- 629. Holloway?
- 630. Hey, shhh...
Come on, Kazan.
- 631. Kazan, will you please
stop doing that?
- 632. Leaven, you got be strong,
- 633. Don't even talk to me.
- 634. We gotta get down to the bottom.
- 635. It will be easier to get on
to the shell from there.
- 636. It's a long fucking way
with only one boot.
- 637. But we gotta do it
before we get too weak.
- 638. You gotta keep
cracking the numbers, Leaven.
- 639. I can't think anymore.
- 640. Sure you can. It's your gift.
- 641. It's not a gift. It's just a brain.
- 642. Let her sleep for a while. We haven't
slept in fuck knows how long.
- 643. All right.
- 644. One hour.
- 645. How the fuck are you gonna know
how long an hour is?
- 646. An hour is as long as I say.
- 647. What are you doing?
- 648. We have to make it down
to the bottom.
- 649. It'll be quiet there, and
you can concentrate.
- 650. - You just want to leave them?
- They're traps, Leaven.
- 651. We are the key.
- 652. I'll get us down there.
You think us out.
- 653. Believe in me!
- 654. Try and see what I see,
how my mind works.
- 655. The flash when I look into someone's
head like a fucking X-ray.
- 656. I looked through the walls.
- 657. I dreamed him at his desk,
- 658. He can't let you solve the puzzle,
- 659. there is a purpose.
- 660. We are the purpose. The cube...
- 661. is us.
- 662. - Quentin.
- We fit. Like numbers.
- 663. A man and a woman.
Two halves of the equation.
- 664. I take you down, the perfect key.
- 665. I slip you in the lock.
- 666. Leaven, it's time to go down.
- 667. Get away from her.
- 668. Leaven, they're fuckin' spies.
- 669. Him, the retard.
- 670. Holloway, had outside
information about my family...
- 671. but she slipped up, didn't she?
She crossed the line!
- 672. You dropped her.
- 673. Just go, Quentin.
- 674. Give us the boot, you pig!
- 675. You don't want the boot.
- 676. You want to came with us, Worth?
Down the hatch.
- 677. What the fuck's with him?
- 678. How did...
- 679. It's, it's, it's the Wren.
It's the old Wrenster.
- 680. How could...
- 681. We've been going around in circles.
- 682. That can't be.
- 683. - Where are we?
- I don't know!
- 684. Where are we?
- 685. You figure it out!
- 686. You haven't done anything.
All you do is freak out you,
- 687. murderer!
- 688. I guess you were right, Worth.
- 689. There is no way out of here.
- 690. Get away from me.
- 691. Wasn't Rennes killed in that room?
- 692. How come there's nothing out there?
- 693. It's the edge.
- 694. We weren't at the edge before.
Where's the room that killed Rennes?
- 695. Fuck off!
- 696. Oh, that was good.
- 697. What difference does it make?
We're dead anyways.
- 698. Hey, listen to what I'm saying.
There was a room there before.
- 699. We haven't been moving in circles.
The rooms have.
- 700. - Of course.
- The rooms?
- 701. That explains
the thunder and the shaking.
- 702. We've been shifting the whole time.
- 703. It's the only logical explanation.
- 704. I'm such an idiot!
- 705. - What are you on to, Leaven?
- Give me a minute.
- 706. The numbers are markers,
points on a map, right?
- 707. Right.
- 708. How do you map a point
that keeps moving?
- 709. Permutations.
- 710. Permu what?
- 711. Permutations.
- 712. A list of all the coordinates
that the room passes through.
- 713. Like a map, that tells you
where the rooms starts,
- 714. how many times it moves,
and where it moves to.
- 715. The numbers tell you all that?
- 716. I don't know,
- 717. see, I've only been looking
at one point on the map,
- 718. which is probably
the starting position.
- 719. All I saw was what the cube looked
like before it started to move.
- 720. Okay, so it's moving.
- 721. How do we get out?
- 722. 27.
- 723. I know where the exit is.
- 724. Where?
- 725. - Stay away from me.
- Back off, Quentin.
- 726. I just wanna know.
- 727. Don't you wanna know?
- 728. You remember that room
we passed through before,
- 729. the one with the coordinate
larger than 26?
- 730. What about it?
- 731. That coordinate placed the room
outside the cube.
- 732. A bridge.
- 733. Right.
But only in its original position.
- 734. What are you talking about?
- 735. Look.
The room starts off as a bridge,
- 736. and then it moves its way
through the maze,
- 737. which is where we ran into it.
- 738. But at some point,
it must return to its original position.
- 739. - So a bridge is only a bridge.
- For a short period of time.
- 740. This thing is like
a giant combination lock.
- 741. When the rooms are in their
starting position, the lock is open.
- 742. But when they move
out of alignment, the lock closes.
- 743. With a structure this size,
it must take days
- 744. for the rooms
to complete a full cycle.
- 745. So, when does it open?
- 746. Don't.
- 747. To find the original coordinates,
the numbers are added together.
- 748. To find the permutations, they're
subtracted from one another.
- 749. That's it!
- 750. This room moves to zero,
1 and -1 on the X-axis.
- 751. 2, 5 and -7 on Y.
- 752. And 1, and -1 and zero on Z.
- 753. And what does that mean?
- 754. You suck at math?
- 755. Okay, I need the room numbers
around us as reference points.
- 756. 666, 897, 466.
- 757. - 567, 898. Okay?
- 758. And 545.
Did you get that?
- 759. 656, 778, 462.
- 760. That's enough.
X is 17, Y is 25 and Z is 14.
- 761. Which means
this room makes 2 more moves
- 762. before returning
to its original position.
- 763. - Do we have time?
- 764. Then let's go!
- 765. Can you work
the traps into this system?
- 766. Fuck the traps.
Let's get to the bridge.
- 767. You threw out our last boot,
you fucking idiot.
- 768. - Technically, I can identify the traps.
- 769. At first, I thought
that they were identified
- 770. by prime numbers,
but they are not.
- 771. They are identified by numbers
that are the power of a prime.
- 772. - Ok, so?
- Can you calculate that?
- 773. The numbers are huge.
- 774. But you can, right? She can.
- 775. I'd have to calculate
the number of factors in each set.
- 776. Maybe if I had a computer.
- 777. - You don't need a computer.
- Yes I do.
- 778. - Figure it out.
- I can't.
- 779. I'm not dying in a fucking rat maze!
- 780. Look. Nobody in the whole world
could do it mentally.
- 781. Look at the numbers. 567898545.
- 782. There's no way I can factor that!
- 783. I can't even start on 567!
- 784. 2.
- 785. Astronomical.
- 786. What did you say?
- 787. Astronomical.
- 788. Before that.
- 789. Factors.
- 790. How many factors Kazan?
- 791. 2.
- 792. What, are you fucking kidding?
- 793. Kazan. How many
factors does 30 have?
- 794. 3.
- 795. - How about 7?
- 1. Gum drop.
- 796. I don't have any gum drops.
- 797. Gum drop.
- 798. Kazan. I'll give you a whole box
of gum drops for each answer.
- 799. Gum drops come in bags.
- 800. Okay. You want them in bags,
they are coming in bags.
- 801. I don't like the red ones.
- 802. - 898.
- 803. - 545.
- 804. He's giving us the factors.
- 805. Astronomical.
- 806. You're telling me
telethon boy is a genius?
- 807. By those numbers,
the room should be safe.
- 808. Only one way to find out.
- 809. Don't!
- 810. Safe.
- 811. Kazan, my man.
- 812. What's the number, buddy boy?
- 813. Hey, right here, look here!
- 814. Make him do it!
- 815. Kazan, we're gonna do
some numbers now, okay?
- 816. We like to do numbers, right?
- 817. - Prime numbers.
- That's right.
- 818. - Can you tell me the factor of 656?
- 819. - 779?
- 820. - 462?
- 821. - Clear.
- 822. Come on. Come on,
let's go. You too, Worth!
- 823. Move your scawny ass, Worth.
I'm not through with you yet.
- 824. Leaven, open that door.
- 825. Get Einstein
working on the numbers.
- 826. Oh, jeez.
- 827. - Go!
- 828. - Hurry!
- 829. 563!
- 830. - Please, Kazan, 563?
- You fuckers, you're dead!
- 831. - 2.
- 832. - 1.
- 833. - Check the floor.
- Is he dead?
- 834. Not quite.
- 835. Not even close. Worth,
I'm getting out of here and
- 836. I'll feed you to
a fucking trap on the way.
- 837. Where is he?
- 838. Come here. I said
come here right nooowwww!
- 839. Gotchya. That way.
- 840. - 2.
- 841. - 4.
- 842. Guess that proves our theory.
- 843. - 4, 2, 3.
- 844. Kazan!
- 845. Listen.
- 846. - He hasn't moved far.
- I'll go find him.
- 847. What do you think?
- 848. You don't have a lot of lives left.
- 849. - Kazan!
- I didn't move.
- 850. Yeah, good. But you're gonna have
to climb up here, okay?
- 851. I don't like that.
- 852. 14, 26, 14.
- 853. Worth, get back here right now!
- 854. Five bags of gum drops.
- 855. 27 bags total.
- 856. 27 bags. Deal.
- 857. This room's next move
takes it to the bridge!
- 858. We're coming!
- 859. Over here!
- 860. Move it! We don't have
much time. Come on.
- 861. Worth? Worth?
- 862. This better be it.
- 863. It should be.
- 864. Where?
- 865. Oh, well!
- 866. Give me a minute. Be patient.
- 867. - So, guess what?
- 868. This is the room we started in.
- 869. I was right. We should
never have moved in the first place.
- 870. The bridge.
- 871. Red.
- 872. Kazan?
- 873. - 4, 2, 4.
- 874. Worth!
- 875. Go ahead.
- 876. What are you doing?
- 877. You can't quit now.
- 878. It's not your fault!
- 879. I have nothing to live for out there.
- 880. What is out there?
- 881. Boundless human stupidity.
- 882. I can live with that.
- 883. Noooooo!
- 884. Kazan! Get out through the door!
- 885. Red, Kazan.